Super Mario World a Classic Super Nintendo Game
Remember just how much fun Super Mario World was when you plugged it into your Super Nintendo home gaming console? If you haven’t picked up this game in years, maybe it’s time you gave it another try.
If you ever owned a Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), there’s a pretty good chance you’ve played the game Super Mario World.
Super Mario World was the game that originally came packed with the SNES when you bought the console.
And what a game it was!
Though somewhat similar to earlier two-dimensional platform games of the day (early 1990s), Super Mario World was so much more. Which should be no surprise as this was the fourth video game in the Mario franchise (not include the Donkey Kong franchise games).
The plot is fairly simple. Brothers Mario and Luigi team up with a baby dinosaur named Yoshi to help save Princess Toadstool and the other dinosaurs from the evil King Koopa Bowser.
The player picks to play either Mario or Luigi, then leads his character through maps upon maps of various lands in search of the princess and to halt Bowser and his buddies. The running through levels and jumping around that can be found in earlier games is here, but from time to time there’s also the potential to fly.
At first glance, Super Mario World appears little different than earlier games in its genre, but that’s simply not true for two reason. First, the worlds here are quite in depth and go on and on and on. Second, the gameplay is awesome, featuring unique foes that are challenging but not unstoppable.
Super Mario World’s popularity has remained strong throughout the years. Not only has this game earned constant high ratings among critics, but it has also been re-released in different versions and has been ported to modern gaming systems.
Great games like this are why the Mario franchise keeps on going and going.